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THE DAILY NEBfcASKAN
TODAY, 2.30, TONIGHT, 8:15.
Thurs., Frh and Frl. Matinee
FULTON STOCK CO.
Itr "The Adventures of Lady .Ursula."
MQHT 25 and 15c. MAT. 25 and 10c.
SAT. MIGHT, MAY 4.
In "A LUCKY 8TAR7r
Prices $1.50 to 50c
Boys My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
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Cornell University Medical College
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tlcnlnrnnpiilv to Thi Dim, Cirni'l Unlnnllf Midlcil
Cillin, Klrnt Avo and itHili 8t . Now York City.
Chas. W. Fleming
JEWELER ami OPTICIAN
1311 0 SI. - Lincoln, Neb
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
Cincinnati $2.50 Shoe
Store and Electric
New Location 142 North 12
IS SO POPULAR
We mako a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets. Ices
and punch for Prat As Sorori
ty parties. Whipping Cream
alwaya oa hand. Bell 20S.
ate 1181. 1816 N 8t
When you ro homo sond to mo for tho
muilo that nro tho "lilts" Imro at tho
Unl. BUv In tho Kino ovon though you
uro at homo.
WALT "The Music Man"-
I3IS O STREET
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
d. A. Tucker
S- S. Shean
1121 STREET,' YELLOW FRONT
Alumni Momhcra to Furnish En
tertainment Tonight. . '
The Palladiau Literary Society,
will give an iilumni program nt
tho hnll tonight. Several prom
inent nlumni will bo present and
1 ii lec pnrt on the program. All
tho muMic for tho. meeting has
been corn posed by Miss Flora
Hullock, a Pnlladian alumnao. It
is desired that tho meeting be
gin promptly at 8:30.
MISS PAXSON COMING.
Versatile Socretery Hero for
Miss 1'axson, who is coming to
the nnivor ity this following
week to hold a series of special
meetings, is a woman of wide ex
perience and strong porsmality,
aijd peculiarly fitted to interest
her audiences. She possesses a
personal attraction and magnet
ism that attracts girls and all
people to her on all occasions,
and her popularity ns national
secretary of the Y. V. C. A. is
equaled only by the reputation
she now enjoys as traveling sec
retary of the student volunteer
movement. She has been in this
public work for about ten years,
and has come in touch with every
sort of college and colle.go girl.
Miss Paxson is a graduate of
the University of Towa.
She is a Kappa Kappa Gamma
and a Phi Beta Kappa.
The program of the Ruth Pax
son meetings, follows:
Sunday, 1:00 p. in., Temple the
aterMass meeting. Special mu
sic by Y. W. C. A. quartet,
Misses Hartley, Vibbard, Kock,
Sunday, f':20 p. in. Cabinet
Wednesdav evening, 7:00 to
7:45, Hays Ilall.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day, noon meetings, 11:50 to
Tuesday, 5:00 to 0:00 Senior
meeting in Y. V. ('. A. rooms.
Latin Club to Wait for Open
The regular meeting of tho
Latin Club, which was to have
taken place Tuesday, has been
postponed until, under the ruling
of the chancellor, an open meet
ing may be held.
At Huh time Prof, drove 10.
Harber will give a report of the
Classical Association, which met
in Chicago last month. .lit cour
tesy to the professor and in
older that more may enjoy the
benefit of the report, each mem
ber will be privileged to bring
quests. It is being planned to
invite all the Latin teachers in
tho city and suburbs.
Also the Latin Club banquet,
which was to have lcon held next
Saturday, will he. hold at a Inter
dato at the Lindell.
UNIFORM CONTRACT LET.
DifQoult Question Settled to the
Satisfaction of All Concerned.
Yesterday the contract for the
cadet uniforms for tho coining
year was let to the Pettibouo Cq.
of Cincinnati, Ohio. Previous to
this timo tho uniforms for the
cadets of the First and Second
battalions -were handled by tho
Pershing and "Workizer Rifles re
spectively. Hast fall soind, little
diflieulty arose between tho Per
shing Rifles and a downtown clo
thing firm, and the matter was
settled for next fall by Captain
'ates by calling for bids for the
-ontract of making tho uniforms
ev vo-t faJJ.
-) In ,tliis Way one firm has tho
f I WW Will
Pit m w 1
. IHl Ham.
entire contract and only their
uniform will be the official imi
forin. It was also decided that
in all probability the Pershing
Kifles would handle the uniforms
for this firm next year at the
university and perhaps the Work
i.er Rides would have the same
task to fulfill at the state farm
for the Pettibone company
SOUTH DAKOTA SATURDAY.
Cornhuskers to Play on Home
Cnivorsity baseball fans will
have an oporf unity Saturday ,of
watching tho varsity experts play
ball on the honi" diamond. South
Dakota will cross bats wfth the
Cornhuskers. The game which
was to have been played with
Dakota on the Cornhusker trip
was called off on account of rain.
The Dakota team is playing fast
ball and is expected to give Ne
braska as strong a light as will
be witnessed on the homelia
mond this season.
"COMPET" DATE CHANGED.
Annual Competitive Drill to Be
Held June 19.
Willi the announcement that
High School Fete Day would bo
held Friday, May 20, the date for
the annual competitive drill be
tween the six companies of the
First battalion Of cadets, has
been changed fo May 19.
The "compct" will probably
be held on the new athletic field.
Classes will in all probability be
excused Thursday afternoon, Mjvy
19, for this drill, as this has been
the custom in' the past in regard
to competitive drills.
The department of geology, in
Princeton University has sent no
tice to tho department of geology
hero that fellowships and scholar
ships will be availablo to the stu
dents, of tliis university. In the
case of high grade students who
need financial aid an offer of spe
cial consideration is mado.
'Catholic Students Meet.
The Catholic Students' .Club
will hold a meeting in tho scioncp
hall of the Temple at 7:30 Sat
urday night.' Important business
will be transacted.
When Yoi Get ".
a Kensington Suit .
you cuf out the element of doubt the
doubt as to how it will fit how it will
wear, how it will look two months from
A Kensington spring suit-$20 to $40-will look just as
well at the end of the season as it does now. Of all
wool fabric it's built to Fit and Stay Fit. ,
Our L System clothes-$f5 to $30-distinctive, dashing
"college clothes" but not freakish They're built to sup
ply the need for garments that set olf the personality and
athleticism of the college man. Better made, better fit
ting, better priced (taking into account value) thrn most
young men's clothes.
Blue Serge Suits
We have just received some new
models in the famous "Society Brand
Blue Serge Suits." Let us show you
what they are like.
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